The location – deep in the heart of Kazimierz (the historic Jewish quarter) – is discreet to the point that this restaurant feels almost hidden away. The angular lines and classical façade of the 4-storey 19C building exude an air of bohemian elegance.
Diners have every chance of being tucked away in an intimate corner. Cream marble blends with rustic wooden tables, while ornate wrought iron sculptures and racks of fine wines all help create something that’s far more than a smart bistro. Tables offering most privacy are in the basement, a characterful century-old cellar; the most theatrical are the two in front of the open kitchen, which is the beating heart of the restaurant.